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Ronnie Spiteri - Sleepwalker
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Buy / Stream: http://smarturl.it/ThunderLife We Are The Brave’s roster just keeping on giving. Alan kicked off his label in 2017 with his club anthem “We Do What We Want” putting the label firmly on the underground map. Since then he’s handed over the reins to artists including Gary Beck, Darius Dyrossian, Skober and Reset Robot, not forgetting Alan’s smash hit collab “El Jefe” with the one and only Sasha. 2018 has a lot to live up for, but already they have smashed it out the park with releases and events, including the sold-out Alan Fitzpatrick’s Day in March, in addition to showcasing some of the newest talents around including releases from Kevin De Vires and Thomas Evans. Back to the UK we go for June with Southampton local Ronnie Spiteri and his debut on the label with ‘Thunder Life’ – a slow atmospheric builder of a track, accompanied by a rumbling kick, eerie synth syncopations and that deep synthetic trademark growl. “I am really happy to have Ronnie join the We Are The Brave ranks. He is from the same city as me and I have loved seeing him develop and grow as a writer and DJ over the years. I’m excited to add another homegrown talent to the label” adds Alan Upbeat, euphoric early morning Ibiza moments come to mind when you hear ‘Sleep Walker’ and it’s precise and piercing kick and a more downtempo pace link perfectly with the a-side. “He has proper nailed it with these two tracks. It is going to be a sick release!" says Alan https://www.facebook.com/DjRonnieSpiteri/ https://twitter.com/djronniespiteri @dj-ronnie-spiteri www.facebook.com/wearethebraveofficial/ www.twitter.com/weare_thebrave www.instagram.com/wearethebraveofficial/ @wearethebraveofficial

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Thomas Evans - Mind And Soul
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Buy / Stream: http://smarturl.it/TE-Because-Im Summer is coming, and We Are The Brave have a whole list of stacked releases for you to sink your teeth into! After a mega successful 2017 with some absolute essential dancefloor tracks from Alan’s ‘We Do What We Want’ to Gary Beck’s “Just One More”, we also saw releases from Darius Syrossian, Skober, Boxia, Reset Robot and of course the legendary Sasha. Combined with the sold out ‘Alan Fitzpatrick’s Day’ in March, the label proves its fallen firmly on its feet, as a major player in underground music, in both the UK and beyond. Many new names have joined the family of the brave, including Leonardo, Kevin De Vries and Frankyeffe, along with Alan starting up his brand new We Are The Brave radio – fans have a lot to look forward to this year, so stay tuned. ‘Thomas Evans is another one of the new wave of producers who I have been excited to work with for some time” says Alan, as the Parisian producer gets ready to release his first EP on We Are The Brave this June with his ‘Because I’m’ EP, said to have blown Alan away when he first heard the tracks last year. Those familiar with the We Are The Brave roster and its past releases won’t be disappointed here. Thomas delivers three mega chunky original tracks throwing in some slashing percussion, booming deep synth stabs, rigid punctuating kicks and a little acid riff modulating in the closing track ‘Believe’. “He has a really impressive skill for combining interesting melodic elements with very powerful driving grooves and his tracks sound really fresh. A genuinely exciting talent” adds Alan. Its big, powerful, progressive techno at its finest. https://www.facebook.com/djthomasevans/ https://soundcloud.com/djthomasevans https://www.facebook.com/wearethebraveofficial/ https://twitter.com/weare_thebrave https://www.instagram.com/wearethebraveofficial/ https://soundcloud.com/wearethebraveofficial

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Alan Fitzpatrick - Together Until The End
We Are The Brave

Alan Fitzpatrick’s We Are The Brave imprint has undoubtedly laid down seriously solid foundations. Now well into double figure, the label’s catalogue is forming into a formidable body of work with Alan’s anthemic ‘We Do What We Want’ backed up with a string of club bangers from Gary Beck, Reset Robot and Boxia, plus Fitzpatrick’s mammoth ‘El Jefe’ collaboration with Sasha, which closed out the labels 2017 release schedule in grand style. Never one to rest on his laurels, Fitzpatrick is back in the driving seat and raring to go again. “I feel a real strong energy right now around the label and I am massively focused on pushing on from the really great start We Are The Brave has enjoyed”, he enthuses. To be fair it is not hard to see why with landmark occasions such as the highly anticipated (and totally sold out) 5000 capacity Alan Fitzpatrick’s Day Festival happening in Dublin on 17th March. After all, who can argue with that most over-used of clichés - fortune favours the Brave! Of course, Alan’s first release of the year is a mega one. “These tracks have all been born in a different time and space, ranging all the way back in 2015 through to the end of last year. But I think together they fit well, which goes to show that like everything really, but certainly anything creative, it doesn’t make sense to rush things” says Alan Lead track ‘Colour Of A Dream’ comes with cleverly crafted percussion and energetic claps alongside a dominant vocal, making the track instantly recognizable in the depths of any dancefloor. “I found myself looking back through old hard drives and I guess I found a lot of fresh inspiration from rediscovering music. It feels good to know an idea that has been lay dormant can all of a sudden become relevant, given the right time and space” adds Alan. Next up, surging with fierce authority is ‘Joy Rider’ with its trademark thumping Fitzpatrick kick drum. A ravey synthetic hook line creates a gritty warehouse vibe, which is in complete contrast to the melodic, end-of-night-euphoria experience that is ‘Together Until The End’ - a truly musical work that oozes texture and emotion.

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Alan Fitzpatrick - Colour Of A Dream
We Are The Brave

Alan Fitzpatrick’s We Are The Brave imprint has undoubtedly laid down seriously solid foundations. Now well into double figure, the label’s catalogue is forming into a formidable body of work with Alan’s anthemic ‘We Do What We Want’ backed up with a string of club bangers from Gary Beck, Reset Robot and Boxia, plus Fitzpatrick’s mammoth ‘El Jefe’ collaboration with Sasha, which closed out the labels 2017 release schedule in grand style. Never one to rest on his laurels, Fitzpatrick is back in the driving seat and raring to go again. “I feel a real strong energy right now around the label and I am massively focused on pushing on from the really great start We Are The Brave has enjoyed”, he enthuses. To be fair it is not hard to see why with landmark occasions such as the highly anticipated (and totally sold out) 5000 capacity Alan Fitzpatrick’s Day Festival happening in Dublin on 17th March. After all, who can argue with that most over-used of clichés - fortune favours the Brave! Of course, Alan’s first release of the year is a mega one. “These tracks have all been born in a different time and space, ranging all the way back in 2015 through to the end of last year. But I think together they fit well, which goes to show that like everything really, but certainly anything creative, it doesn’t make sense to rush things” says Alan Lead track ‘Colour Of A Dream’ comes with cleverly crafted percussion and energetic claps alongside a dominant vocal, making the track instantly recognizable in the depths of any dancefloor. “I found myself looking back through old hard drives and I guess I found a lot of fresh inspiration from rediscovering music. It feels good to know an idea that has been lay dormant can all of a sudden become relevant, given the right time and space” adds Alan. Next up, surging with fierce authority is ‘Joy Rider’ with its trademark thumping Fitzpatrick kick drum. A ravey synthetic hook line creates a gritty warehouse vibe, which is in complete contrast to the melodic, end-of-night-euphoria experience that is ‘Together Until The End’ - a truly musical work that oozes texture and emotion.

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Alan Fitzpatrick - Together Until The End
We Are The Brave

Alan Fitzpatrick’s We Are The Brave imprint has undoubtedly laid down seriously solid foundations. Now well into double figure, the label’s catalogue is forming into a formidable body of work with Alan’s anthemic ‘We Do What We Want’ backed up with a string of club bangers from Gary Beck, Reset Robot and Boxia, plus Fitzpatrick’s mammoth ‘El Jefe’ collaboration with Sasha, which closed out the labels 2017 release schedule in grand style. Never one to rest on his laurels, Fitzpatrick is back in the driving seat and raring to go again. “I feel a real strong energy right now around the label and I am massively focused on pushing on from the really great start We Are The Brave has enjoyed”, he enthuses. To be fair it is not hard to see why with landmark occasions such as the highly anticipated (and totally sold out) 5000 capacity Alan Fitzpatrick’s Day Festival happening in Dublin on 17th March. After all, who can argue with that most over-used of clichés - fortune favours the Brave! Of course, Alan’s first release of the year is a mega one. “These tracks have all been born in a different time and space, ranging all the way back in 2015 through to the end of last year. But I think together they fit well, which goes to show that like everything really, but certainly anything creative, it doesn’t make sense to rush things” says Alan Lead track ‘Colour Of A Dream’ comes with cleverly crafted percussion and energetic claps alongside a dominant vocal, making the track instantly recognizable in the depths of any dancefloor. “I found myself looking back through old hard drives and I guess I found a lot of fresh inspiration from rediscovering music. It feels good to know an idea that has been lay dormant can all of a sudden become relevant, given the right time and space” adds Alan. Next up, surging with fierce authority is ‘Joy Rider’ with its trademark thumping Fitzpatrick kick drum. A ravey synthetic hook line creates a gritty warehouse vibe, which is in complete contrast to the melodic, end-of-night-euphoria experience that is ‘Together Until The End’ - a truly musical work that oozes texture and emotion.

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Alan Fitzpatrick - Joy Rider
We Are The Brave

Alan Fitzpatrick’s We Are The Brave imprint has undoubtedly laid down seriously solid foundations. Now well into double figure, the label’s catalogue is forming into a formidable body of work with Alan’s anthemic ‘We Do What We Want’ backed up with a string of club bangers from Gary Beck, Reset Robot and Boxia, plus Fitzpatrick’s mammoth ‘El Jefe’ collaboration with Sasha, which closed out the labels 2017 release schedule in grand style. Never one to rest on his laurels, Fitzpatrick is back in the driving seat and raring to go again. “I feel a real strong energy right now around the label and I am massively focused on pushing on from the really great start We Are The Brave has enjoyed”, he enthuses. To be fair it is not hard to see why with landmark occasions such as the highly anticipated (and totally sold out) 5000 capacity Alan Fitzpatrick’s Day Festival happening in Dublin on 17th March. After all, who can argue with that most over-used of clichés - fortune favours the Brave! Of course, Alan’s first release of the year is a mega one. “These tracks have all been born in a different time and space, ranging all the way back in 2015 through to the end of last year. But I think together they fit well, which goes to show that like everything really, but certainly anything creative, it doesn’t make sense to rush things” says Alan Lead track ‘Colour Of A Dream’ comes with cleverly crafted percussion and energetic claps alongside a dominant vocal, making the track instantly recognizable in the depths of any dancefloor. “I found myself looking back through old hard drives and I guess I found a lot of fresh inspiration from rediscovering music. It feels good to know an idea that has been lay dormant can all of a sudden become relevant, given the right time and space” adds Alan. Next up, surging with fierce authority is ‘Joy Rider’ with its trademark thumping Fitzpatrick kick drum. A ravey synthetic hook line creates a gritty warehouse vibe, which is in complete contrast to the melodic, end-of-night-euphoria experience that is ‘Together Until The End’ - a truly musical work that oozes texture and emotion.

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